Clean-Sweep Ignatius
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1 sums of money accepted by officials for favours
3 someone who represents his country abroad "officially".
6 what the bank chairman said to our hero
8 last name of the hero of this story
10 the vehicle that our hero took to go to the Gerber bank
11 the act of obtaining money dishonestly, using your position of political power
13 the place where you put your money for safekeeping
18 The Inspector General of this state department was arrested
19 the place where horses are kept.
20 There was also a Lebanese. . . who suffered from our hero's actions
21 The Bank Manager did . . . give our hero the information he wanted
22 What our hero pressed against the bank President's head
23 The fact of not being there. Our hero chose to leave in August because his . . . would not be noticed
25 The month our hero left Nigeria for his "holiday".
1 Our hero told the Bank President "I am going to blow your . . . out."
2 The opposite of "public"
4 Our hero received complete . . . from General Otobi
5 a set of ideas or plans that is used as a basis for making decisions
7 the adjective to describe someone coming from Nigeria
9 The first name of our hero
12 dishonesty and illegal behaviour by people in positions of authority or power
14 One of the 12 labours of Heracles (Hercules): consisted of cleaning out a very dirty place
15 What our hero did to people who were caught doing wrong in Lagos
16 The first state of the USA where our hero went with his family
17 detailed records of the money you have in a bank
22 The abbreviation for the place that the short story says is the capital of Switzerland
24 At first, people said our hero was "like a new. . . "